skewbald Definition in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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skewbaldnoun [C], adjective

uk   /ˈskjuː.bɔːld/  us   /-bɑːld/
(an ​animal, ​especially a ​horse) having ​largewhite and brown-coloured ​areas of ​hair on ​itsbody: Fiona's ​horse is a skewbald. Fiona has a skewbald ​horse.
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